Spark Plug Wires
Popular brands are either OEM (Toyota) or NGK. Toyota are a little more expensive, but tend to sit more snugly and thus are minimally better at keeping water out :)
The BRB suggests using platinum plugs, which last around 60,000 miles, and are quite expensive ($50). Copper is more conductive, but they last only a few thousand miles (and cost less than $2 for one) -- just change them when you change your Oil and Oil Filter.
General spark plug information is available at the NGK FAQ
Copper plugs are more conductive than platinum so there is less of a voltage drop across them which gives you a little more room before they start to missfire. Reducing the gap reduces the resistance across the gap, providing more room before a missfire.
Many plugs come pre-gapped, but check them anyway. Gap to 0.044" (0.040" is fine).
Denso copper #3009.
NKG-6097 or the BKR7E, both around $10 for 4. They are basically the same thing. You can order them from Sparkplugs.com, or get them from NAPA.
If you boost over 14psi, you would use colder, BKR7 series plugs. Otherwise you are ok with BKR6 series. Stock SC cars boost at 8psi.
Unless specified the BKR6 are pre-gapped to 0.034".
Unless specified the BKR7 are pre-gapped to 0.034".